I have just heard that HTML5 will be getting the RDFa stuff, and that it will also be inheriting ARIA stuff too.
I am so very happy to hear this increased accessibility and meta data. I cannot wait for an updated doc type (if there will be one), specification, and validator for all of this. Throw [...]
found a few interesting articles that:
says that Section 508 will, most likely in 2011, follow WCAG 2.0
compares how WCAG 1.0 and 2.0 checkpoints target specific disability groups.
mapps Section 508 to WCAG 2.0
The developer that we hired redesign and Drupalify the Sauk Counth site bailed on us after 10 months of not much progress. We have however hired for considerably more money Aha! Consulting to start over with and I am really happy with their knowledge of accessibility and usability too. I am looking forward to working [...]
The W3C release the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
Understanding WCAG 2.0
Techniques for WCAG 2.0
How to Meet WCAG 2.0
Access Keys have once again found its way onto the GAWDS mailing list, as it does at least once a year , and surprisingly John Foliot has not thrown his hat into the ring. John, co-founder of WATS.ca, is one of the most vocal proponents against implementing accesskeys in their current state of support in modern browsers and I do [...]